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Africa’s Most Literate Countries – Part 2


The adults from Principe and San Tome reported a lowly literacy rate of 57.3 per cent in 1981.

Africa’s Most Literate Countries – Part 1


Literacy not only improves our ability to live a normal life in a world that is becoming more and more communication driven. It also provides more professional opportunities for people to improve their income and see their families rise from low-income conditions. Skills, in turn, have been linked with increased […]

Africa’s Colonial Education System


Thousands of Africans graduate from higher education institutions each year and are yet still underemployed or even unemployed. Most parents, however, still hold hope that their children will receive a quality education to the point that these parents give up their wealth to ensure that they do. So what’s wrong? […]